Small Mosaic Inspired Clock
I was inspired by the Georgian fan windows seen over the Georgian doors we are so lucky to be surrounded by in Dublin.
The design is simply a fan window mirrored to make a full circle shape and then drawn with 12 equal sections.
I personally make each of these clocks to order from my north Dublin design studio using solid cherrywood over a polypropylene base. They each measure 10.5cm in diameter.
The almost silent clock mechanism is a quality UTS, RoHs approved German made quartz mechanism which requires an AA alkaline battery.
Each clock comes nestled in a beautiful black gift box.
The clock mechanisms come with a twelve month warranty.
|Manufacturer||Jenny Walsh Design|
|Materials||Solid cherrywood, polypropylene, clock mechanisms|
Jenny Walsh Design
Irish made interior products designed to make you smile. I like to create storytelling pieces. Functional usable objects with a narrative people can connect to. I often start with the story in mind that I’m trying to tell rather than the objects function. Then strip the design back to its most basic elements keeping just enough detail for the piece to say what I want it to say. I hope that people can connect to the personalities and characters in what I do and see their own friends and family in the shapes and stories. That way they can bond with the piece and really enjoy having it in their home. Above all I want to design things that will make people smile. Objects that can even just for a second brighten up someone’s day. Clock Making First the outlines are cut by a local engraver. Then Jenny hand makes every clock adding white paint to the lettering clock mechanisms and hands. Jenny’s Dad also likes to help out every now and again especially when it comes to making the Grandfather clocks which he modelled for! The clocks are all lovingly wrapped in tissue paper and placed on a bed of ‘eco-foam’ in their recycled cardboard boxes ready for their new homes.